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I'm Ben Lungren
Loan Officer

NMLS#: 1991429

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Licenses: UT, ID
Languages: English

Alicia and I married in 1997. We both grew up in Idaho and moved to Utah in 2005 to follow a sales job promotion and transfer. Many of our life experiences have revolved around basketball where I coached all 5 of our children to the upper levels of their sport. In our spare time Alicia and I enjoy yardwork, household maintenance, date nights, cheering for our kids and travel. Through the years we have had many opportunities to travel to destination locations throughout the US and other countries and it is something we have truly treasured!

In my life, through career choice or other, I have always been involved in sales, teaching, coaching, organization, and communication. I was professionally employed in the training and consulting arena for 13 years until Covid rearranged my world and I followed a path into the mortgage business.

It’s a lengthy story to fully explain why I feel like my life and experiences have led me to and prepared me for this industry, but in summary, I love it here in the mortgage world! There are so many parts and pieces to the mortgage process, and I love every part and piece. The average person buys a house only a few times in their life and I understand the importance of being educated through the whole process. I will coach you with the professional skills I have developed throughout my life and career. I understand the importance of doing what’s best for you and that is what I want too! I look forward to making your mortgage experience an exceptional one!

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Our Loan Process...


A loan pre-approval sets you up for a smooth home buying experience.


Start working with a real estate agent and viewing homes.


A few documents are needed to get a loan file through underwriting.


Assemble all the necessary paperwork and details for the underwriter.


They closely evaluate all the documentation in the loan package.


Documents are drawn and sent to the title company for closing.

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